Which Spring Look Matches Your Fashion Personality?


When a woman says, “I have nothing to wear, what she’s really means is, I have nothing to wear for who I am today.” Everyday, fashion and trends give us the unique opportunity to show the world a different side of ourselves. In turn, I hope that our “big ideas” for spring have served as a source of inspiration to best express you! Read on for our spring fashion recap and find out which trend “personality” suits you!


1. So Simple

Craving effortless sophistication? You’re a classicist! “So Simple” works for you by investing in the essentials, clean lines, and pared down color palette. Trends are tried in small doses like this gorg metallic saddle bag by RJ Graziano.

So Simple


2. Fine Arts

Crushing on playful prints? It’s all about having fun as the “Fine Arts” girl. Seek out eye-catching hues and look-at-me motifs. Keep the look polished by adding monochromatic accessories like this floral necklace from Iris Apfel.

Fine Arts Spring Fashion on HSN


3. Sport Crush

Are you an always-on-the-go girl? “Sport Crush” is for you. Relish the unexpected by seeking out athletic elements like stretch or racing stripes. To add just a slight edge to your look, working some color into your ensemble. Giuliana’s dazzling blue ensemble will give you a perfect 10 in sporty style!  

Sport Crush on Spring Fashion on HSN


4. Vintage Spirit

Do you love vintage-inspired style? The 1970’s are alive and well with “Vintage Spirit.” Stay boho chic by mastering the mix of textures and prints. You gravitate towards the unique; finish your look with a pair of statement gladiators!

Vintage Spirit on Spring Fashion on HSN


Even though spring fashion finale is near, this is just the beginning! I will continue to write and share my tips regarding everything fashion at HSN. Don’t be shy; comment and let me know what you’d like to chat about!   


Which of our spring fashion “big ideas” best represents your style and personality?



Brandi McClain :heart:

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